FeatureBase Serverless databases allow you to scale your database RAM and CPU resources when required and without needing to spin the database down.
FeatureBase Serverless databases are in Cloud Preview with limited functionality and are not suitable for production systems.
You can also create a database with fixed resources
A Serverless database can be scaled up or down using the
ALTER DATABASE statement to add or remove Workers from the database.
A worker has the following attributes:
|Resources||2GB of memory and 1x vCPU||0 to 8 workers can be assigned to any Serverless database|
|Purpose||Handle computation and transpiling of queries and data|
Workers can be granted or revoked:
- without losing data
- without the need to spin the database down
Serverless Databases have storage with 11 nines of durability, plus:
- higher availability and durability for your data
- Redundant storage across multiple locations (highly available to Workers)
|SELECT…GROUP BY clause||Not supported for IDSET or STRINGSET data types||* IDSET() data type |
* STRINGSET() data type
|SELECT…HAVING clause||Not supported|
|SELECT…TOP clause||Not supported|
|SELECT…LIMIT clause||Not supported||LIMIT can be used with |
|IDSETQ() data type||Not supported|
|STRINGSETQ() data type||Not supported|
|PQL Percentile||Not supported|
Serverless databases do not support:
- Database snapshotting
- Database restore from backup
Compute and storage usage is charged separately based on usage.